Marriott Executive Apartments Doha City Center
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... European travellers, I've spied a solo girl traveller about my age but neither of us has dared make the first move...at least I have Rosa and Polina waiting for me at the California Hotel in BANGKOK! Very excited, and not nervous actually, I think my trips to Russia and the Ukraine prepared me. Enough for this first entry, next stop ...
OK so we decided to check out early and get to airport for check in. All initially good until announcement that flight is delayed due to thunderstorms in the east. We decide that there is still plenty of time to check in at JFK however we arrive with 2 hours to spare but the baggage claim is not yet operating and there are now 3 flights using the conveyer.
mild panic has started to set in when Chris spots his bag. Mine not yet in sight, ...
... to the Al Meera supermarket that we visited everyday - not necessarily to purchase anything - but just to look at what they had to offer. Jim and Al purchased Arabic robes and all the accoutrement's. Maryann and I had purchased our Abayas the day before. Final packing and then one last meal at the hotel and off to the airport for the even longer flight back to Costa Rica for us and Seattle for Al and Maryann. We flew together to Washington Dulles and ...
... Nope, that was just to access the house for the new fiber network. Later in the month just before we are heading to The Maldives, they call again and I set up another appointment while we are gone and I figure nothing will happen. I was wrong. When we got back, it was there and everyone was so happy. Then I started getting bills that looked way to large. I figured it was a mistake and to try and take care of that on the phone with a Qatari woman ...
... has lots of sandy islands throughout. The inland sea is accessible from a road the ends approximately 20 kilometres away. The last 20 kilometres is traversed through the desert, and I mean desert like we imagine desert - fine sand piled up into dunes, some of them nearly 50 metres high. The main 'road' almost resembles a tarmac road; the sandy road has been used so much that the 4x4's tires have turned the road black and it is smooth like a ...
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